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Senecas chug past St. Mary

SANDUSKY — Both offenses fared well at the start.

But Caitlyn Borer and Calvert’s defense kept Sandusky St. Mary in check after the first inning while the Senecas powered off Friday for a 10-4 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win.

St. Mary slugged its way to a 4-3 lead by the end of the opening frame, but only got three runners to second after that and never got another to third.

Borer registered six of her seven strikeouts after the first inning.

Maddie Schumacher keyed the offense with an RBI single in the fifth and a two-run triple in the seventh.

Maddy Ball and Frannie Webb both scored twice, singled and drove in a run for the Senecas. Mara Mangiola, Kate Rombach and Ashlee Shiley each singled twice, scored and knocked in a run. Borer scored twice and Bria Coleman and Erin Wagner both scored.

Allison Weilnau took the loss for the Panthers.

Abby Fullam doubled in a run, Kiersten Near doubled and scored, Kaitlyn Griggs singled in a run and scored, Sara Bias singled and scored, Mallory Parish scored and Erika Myers knocked in a run.

Raiders race

past Crimson Streaks

FREMONT — Emylee Herr legged out a two-run inside-the-park homer and three teammates each doubled and drove in run Friday to fuel Lakota’s 13-4 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win against Fremont St. Joe.

Herr’s homer highlighted a three-run burst in the second inning to break a scoreless tie. She also singled and added another RBI.

Jenna Ranzenberger and Mekenzie Rathburn both scored twice, doubled, singled and knocked in run, and winning pitcher Marissa Claburn had a double and RBI.

Amber Eubank added two runs and a single, Lauren Bennett had a single and RBI, Allysa Duval singled and scored, and Leanne Craun, Maddy King and Erika Krawetzke each scored.

Losing pitcher Natalie Hotz doubled and drove in a run for the Crimson Streaks.

Jenna Riehl singled twice, scored and drove in a run, Kimmie Burns and Karli Fisher both singled and scored, Maddie Wammes scored and Laura Schnell singled.

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